20 Most Recent Midland 77-092 40-Channels Base CB Radio Questions & Answers


Ok, these are hard wire for installing in a vehicle. There are a few ways, of the easiest would be the 12v converter. You can do this by purchasing a cigarette plug and wiring it in. Red to red and black to black. If you do not want to go this way, you can use a battery charger for a vehicle to power your cb then everything else is just like a car.

Midland 77-092... | Answered on May 29, 2011


Hi, my name is John. Welcome to FixYa. It sounds like you shot or blowed a IC FINAL. It can be ordered if your local CB shack does not have in stock. Thanks for choosing FixYa..John

Midland 77-092... | Answered on Nov 20, 2010


That is your final output transistor. You probably have a very high swr due to a poorly tuned antenna or bad coax.

They normally do not fry. They just stop working. If its actually frying, you had better check your antenna system. If your antenna is not tuned for 27mhz, your coax has a short, or you have no antenna at all, the energy that normally radiates from the antenna does not, and it all goes back into the radio, and fries that final transistor, amongst other components at time.

This is an older radio they do not make any more. I have never been in one so I have no clue what final it has. You may be able to get the part number and possibly the part, if they still make it. If they don't make it, they may be able to tell you suitable replacement final for it.

I would go on ebay, and find a similar midland radio, made around the same time that is being sold for parts cheap. Get the final and other possible replacement parts as well.

Midland 77-092... | Answered on Nov 20, 2010


yeap when the magic smoke is let loose. does it work now? or did leave it alone? there will be a burnt diode, possible burt circuit traces. cb shop temple, tx on yahoo search.. and if lucky thats all and it should work fine. if the traces didn't burn they the audio transistor can get damaged. but most times it will burn the traces..

Midland 77-092... | Answered on Dec 08, 2009


I think you meant 70-0351c?
I believe this is a 60 watt transceiver. So if you remember ohms law P=IxE or power equals amps times volts so 5 amps times 12 volts equals 60 watts. Use a 5 amp fuse.

Midland Radio... | Answered on Aug 29, 2019


Contact Midland directly to inquire.

Midland Radio... | Answered on Jul 29, 2019


If its a real old radio Midland may not have it---Google that model number with "manual" to see what is available.

Midland Radio... | Answered on May 30, 2019


NOT SOMETHING THAT YOU PROGRAM . YOU JUST TURN IT ON THEN SELECT THE CHANNEL YOU WANT TO USE .

Midland Radio... | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


go to radio shack or best buy you need a step up transformer .or you can buy a travel kit and you dont need a lot of watts transformer to do this dont let them rip you off on a high watt one.

Midland Radio... | Answered on Mar 01, 2019


Yes. They call it silent operation.
To set SILENT OPERATION, press the MENU button until the display shows a "bP" icon. Select "on" or "oF" by pressing the s\t buttons and push the PTT key or MENU button.

Midland Radio... | Answered on Nov 02, 2018


Not on FRS. FRS has only one power level and it's set to low.
GMRS ERP output on the 1050 is approximately 0.4w low; 1.5w mid; and 3.07w High according to operator blogs.

Midland Radio... | Answered on Sep 30, 2018

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